After weeks atop the domestic box office, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” was pushed out of the top spot by “Scream.”
The reboot of the classic horror flick raked in $13.4 million when it premiered Friday, more than any other film that day, according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo database.
“Spider-Man” grossed $5.2 million that day good enough for second place as it hit a total haul of $683.1 million.
Kiddie singalong “Sing 2” held onto its spot just behind Spidey, in third on Friday, bringing in $1.8 million on the day, for a total $112.9 million.
Another Friday premier — science-fiction anime “Belle” — clocked in at fourth with $0.7 million on its opening day.
And in fifth, star-powered spy film “The 355” continued to disappoint, with $0.7 on Friday, for a total $6.7 million.